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Cannabis Pain Patch

Doesn’t it seem as if recently there has been a surge in cannabis-related products? From CBD oils, edibles, tinctures, cartridges, concentrates, bath bombs, and more, it has become impossible not to get lost in the variety of products sold online and offline. One relatively recent trend is the cannabis patch.

The question is whether or not cannabis patches are just another way that companies are trying to capitalize on the growing cannabis market, or do they REALLY work, to help relieve pain? Continue reading as we review the cannabis patch…

Can Cannabis Help Nerve Pain?

If you are a cannabis enthusiast, then you probably know the answer to that. But can a cannabis patch have the same impact as cannabis ingestion or simply lighting up a joint? Well, according to Cannabis Science Inc. and Mary’s Medicinals, the answer is yes!

With some forms of pain, it is easy to determine the root of the problem. However, with conditions such as fibromyalgia, it is often hard to understand the cause of the pain. The pain associated with these types of conditions may appear out of the blue, sending a sharp and tingling sensation. And without knowing the exact cause and roots of the pain, patients are constantly left seeking solutions that may not always be effective.

This is where cannabis patches come into the picture. Apart from being cost-effective, compared to some conventional pharmaceutical treatments, the way they combat the pain is quite different. The idea is that cannabis patches deliver doses of CBD or THC through the skin and more directly into the bloodstream, avoiding the first metabolism stage conducted by the liver.

This also allows the patches to provide a constant and slow absorption of the medicinal dosage. This differs from smoking cannabis, which provides a sudden “high” that wears off or eating it, which can last longer but still doesn’t quite impact the body in the same manner as a cannabis patch.

Furthermore, when purchasing a CBD cannabis patch, you won’t experience any intoxicating effects. Companies offering cannabis patches typically offer different cannabinoid makeups for greater variety. Therefore, you can pick and choose the effects that you think will suit you.

How do CBD patches work?

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CBD patches are patches containing CBD and other ingredients that people apply to the skin. They work in a similar way to nicotine patches, delivering CBD directly into the bloodstream.

This transdermal method delivers the CBD quickly to the local area around the patch. From there, it works its way into the bloodstream. When people take CBD orally — via an oil or gummy, for example — the compound must first pass through the digestive system. The body may then use it, break it down, or even simply excrete it as waste. As such, much of an oral CBD dose may be lost in the digestive system.

A transdermal patch applies the CBD directly to the skin, which absorbs it and allows it to enter the bloodstream directly. As a study in Molecules notes, this application allows the CBD to bypass the digestive system and increases the bioavailability of the product.

CBD patches also provide a more consistent solution than other topical methods, such as topical CBD creams and massage oils. Once the skin absorbs topical creams, their effect tapers off. Therefore, people using the creams for relief would need to apply them multiple times a day.

Patches stay on the skin, delivering CBD over a longer period and potentially providing a steady stream of relief from symptoms.

However, transdermal delivery is relatively slow, and not all of the CBD can pass through the skin. For this reason, CBD patches typically also contain some form of permeation en

How to Use a Cannabis Patch?

Whether you are using a CBD cannabis patch or a hemp oil CBD patch, the process is typically the same.

  1. First, it’s important to clean the skin where you want to place the patch. It is advised to use warm water or alcohol to clean the area where you are going to place the patch.
  2. Dry the area and place the patch on your desired spot. Press firmly until it sticks. (Oh, and don’t forget to remove the protective liner.)

It’s important to remember when choosing the best spot to find an area that has minimal hair growth. Be sure to never use patches directly on irritated skin or wounds. Read the manufacturer’s instructions to find out how long you should use each individual patch.

Where to Get a Cannabis Patch?

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These products have been around for a few years now, so a variety of companies have begun selling the cannabis patch. Mary’s Medicinals, a consumer favorite, has gained traction over the last few years due to their fantastic cannabis-infused pain patches. They sell them in a few different states that allow recreational or medical marijuana use.

Mary’s Medicinals offers six patches that vary in their cannabinoid profile. The ones the company currently offers are:

  • THC-Sativa
  • THC-Indica
  • THCa
  • CBN
  • CBD
  • 1:1 CBD: THC

The THC-sativa or THC-indica cannabis patches are probably the preferred version by most cannabis enthusiasts. Although, for those who don’t want any intoxicating effects or less of a THC-fuelled high, the other selections are outstanding.

Mary’s Medicinals has been around for quite a few years. Their products have been featured on numerous news websites due to their potentially anti-inflammatory, antioxidant, neuroprotectant, antidepressant, and other healing properties.

When reviewing the company, we were shocked to find out that they have their own in-house quality control laboratory with two chemists overseeing all testing. Furthermore, they use 100% organic, locally grown plants, allowing them to develop products that are far more potent than overseas imported goods.

You can pick up a variety of patches including:

  • 10 mg: CBD / CBN / THC or CBD/THC
  • 20 mg: THC Indica or THC Sativa
  • 10mg: Hemp extract (sold through Mary’s Nutritionals)

All in all, they must be doing something right, as according to CNN, they’ve sold far more than 1 million patches since launching in 2013.

1 thought on “Cannabis Pain Patch”

  1. I will say that CBD helps but temporarily. I am not talking about the duration of the effect, I am talking about the overall duration of time that CBD is able to help you, beyond which the body gets used to it. I even tried changing the brand of my CBD, but nothing was as effective and helpful as the CBD in the first few months for nerve pain.

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